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Assisted Living

Several factors impact the cost of assisted living, including geographic location, local cost of living, assistance level, community amenities, and whether the community is pet-friendly. Think of these factors as more than just a luxury—they can also make a significant impact on your loved one’s daily well-being and overall health.

When evaluating the cost of a senior living community, consider your loved one’s needs beyond today. Your loved one may need additional services and care as they age. When looking at communities, be sure to create a plan for your loved one’s future to ensure they can age in the same community.

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Assisted living costs
How Much Does Assisted Living Cost?
That’s what we’re doing here: pulling back the assisted living pricing curtain with solid information about what to expect.
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Paying for senior care
Paying for Senior Care: How Care Type Impacts Pricing
Empowering yourself to understand how care costs differ can help you better plan for the future while meeting your loved one’s financial goals.
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Memory Care

Memory care communities provide around-the-clock caregivers who are on hand for specialized Alzheimer’s and dementia care. Several factors impact the cost of memory care, including the local cost of living, the amount of assistance your loved one requires, and their unique wants and needs. 

One of the most important things to consider is how your loved one’s needs will change over time and to make a plan for these adjustments. Routine and structure are critical for those with Alzheimer’s or dementia. Make sure the memory care community you choose has resources to meet these changing needs so that your loved one can age in place.

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The Insider's Guide to Understanding Memory Care Pricing
FAQs: The Insider's Guide to Understanding Memory Care Pricing
Looking for memory care services for a loved one, but confused by how much they may cost?
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A Complete Guide to Financial Planning for Senior Living
A Complete Guide to Financial Planning for Senior Living
Evaluating pricing is crucial to making the best decision for your loved one. If you haven’t yet considered costs, this guide is here to help.
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Independent Living

This lifestyle is best for seniors who don’t require active levels of assistance and can independently manage their day-to-day activities. Factors affecting the cost of independent living include the local cost of living, your loved one’s unique wants and needs, community amenities, and the size of residence.

Keep in mind that your loved one’s needs may change over time. To avoid further transitions, it’s important to know if the community has the capabilities to handle future care needs such as those provided in assisted living or memory care.

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What Are Different Ways to Pay for Senior Living?
What Are Different Ways to Pay for Senior Living?
Here are just a few ways to pay for senior living that you can discuss with your financial advisor.
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How Can I Afford Senior Living?
How Can I Afford Senior Living?
you might even be pleasantly surprised to realize that senior living can be part of your future without breaking your budget.
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Learn the facts.

Compare the cost of senior living to the cost of your loved one remaining in their current residence with our TRUEcost Calculator.

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